Mother and daughter painting

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Future Letter to My Daughter

In my adolescent psychology class my instructor had an assignment that required us to write up a paper on how we would address a letter to our child that we would not see in say a 10 year timespan. At the time my child was suppose to be eight years...

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The Voice of the Enemy

Life can get really busy for mothers, especially around the holiday season. Mothers need to be reminded to slow down and enjoy life around them without getting too caught up with the frenzy of shopping, decorating our homes beautifully, making the season perfect and not forget the things that truly matter. This is a great reminder for us all through the year: Each moment I have with these children. Each moment I have to honor and submit to my husband. Each moment I am given to love and serve…

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In the Victorian Era, around the 1830s to 1900s, society expected women to stay at home as housewives and do chores, cook, take care of children, etc., while the men were the breadwinners of their families. But what is society to assume that? So the painting is another sign that women were expected to give up their lives for their children because all the pictures drawn that time have mothers looking at their children. Mail Art, Vladimir Volegov, Art Amour, Painting Quotes, Tableau Art, Commercial Art, Artist Gallery, Mother And Child, Art School

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In the Victorian Era, around the 1830s to 1900s, society expected women to stay at home as housewives and do chores, cook, take care of children, etc., while the men were the breadwinners of their families. But what is society to assume that? So the painting is another sign that women were expected to give up their lives for their children because all the pictures drawn that time have mothers looking at their children.

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